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Left Ankle and Achilles Tendon Injuries with Surgery
Left Ankle and Achilles Tendon Injuries with Surgery

This stock medical exhibit features the following images:rn1. Posteromedial views of the left leg, ankle and foot revealing a ruptured Achilles tendon and a medial malleolar fracture. rn2. Then open surgical steps show the following:rn-Posterior incision across the back of the heel area,rn-Achilles tendon tear debridement and drill holes placed in the calcaneus,rn-Placement of suture anchors, rn-Final repair with Achilles tendon secured with suture anchors.

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Last Updated: Apr 5th, 2017

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